80 thousand muslims


by Ifi Reporter Category:Politics May 8, 2021

About eighty thousand worshipers have already arrived at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem for Lil al-Qader prayers. That will last all night. Near the Temple Mount at the Nablus Gate there are already clashes tonight. The IDF recommended that political elements include the events in Jerusalem so as not to lead to a security escalation. This is against the background of the difficult clashes on Friday on the Temple Mount, during which 17 policemen and more than 200 Palestinians were injured, most of them lightly. Thousands of policemen were deployed throughout the Old City of Jerusalem and about 75,000 worshipers arrived at the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Police said police officers were attacked on Valley Street and two suspects were arrested. Not far away, stones were thrown at policemen, and one of the policemen was wounded in the face. A suspect was arrested.
Meanwhile, Hamas military spokesman Abu Obeida issued a special statement: "We salute our strong men in Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque and tell them that Commander Muhammad Daf has promised you - and he will not break his promise." Disruptions have also been reported in a number of hotspots along the Gaza Strip border, including the dumping of explosives and explosives. IDF forces in place.
The police said: "Following a protest in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood during which there was a disturbance that included hoisting Palestinian flags and throwing stones at the forces, the police began dispersing them while they had to use means. "The police and civilians. The Israeli police will take all measures to curb the riots until order and public safety are restored." Earlier, it should be noted, about 80 buses were stopped on the way to Jerusalem.
In another attempt to reduce the flames, the attorney general intends to appeal to the High Court and ask to postpone the hearing that was expected to take place on Monday regarding the evacuation of houses in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, a decision that led to days of clashes in Ramadan. The request for rejection comes after a security assessment was conducted this afternoon, during which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Bnei Gantz approached Mandelblit and asked him to do so.
The IDF continues to mark Jerusalem as the explosive center that will project on what is happening in Judea and Samaria and Gaza, and has urged in closed discussions in recent days with other security and government bodies to do everything possible to contain the events in the capital and act wisely.
The army says that Hamas is taking advantage of the situation to ignite the fire in the capital - and indeed this is how it appears from the announcements issued tonight by the terrorist organization. The organization's branch in Jerusalem was called "to the masses of our people for a general mobilization and an ascent to the al-Aqsa Mosque, to celebrate the night of al-Qader until the Iftar the next morning."
Hamas-Gaza said that "Israel's attempts to prevent Palestinians from entering the Al-Aqsa Mosque are a violation of the most basic human laws and norms that guarantee freedom of worship. On the other hand, our people in the West Bank insist on coming to the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The Zionist is against him. "
Earlier today, it was decided to reinforce the Gaza and Judea and Samaria divisions in four more battalions for fear of a flare-up, including snipers, in order to prepare for the possibility of riots on the Gaza border.
Meanwhile, against the background of the tension, the army will hold the huge pre-planned multi-arena war exercise. It will begin in the coming days and will last about a month. Forces in the field were instructed to increase the level of alertness and alertness to avoid tactical mistakes that could burn the area.
Following the difficult clashes on the Temple Mount, a number of condemnations were issued from Arab countries, as well as from those who signed peace agreements with Israel - Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan tweeted in Hebrew tonight: "We strongly condemn Israel's heinous attacks against al-Aqsa Mosque, which unfortunately take place every month of Ramadan. We will continue to stand by our Palestinian brothers and sisters."
Palestinian Authority Chairman Abu Mazen also spoke by telephone this evening with the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Ben Hemed al-Thani. Abu Mazen updated the latest on recent developments in the city of Jerusalem, to which Qatar stands by the Palestinian people in its struggle for rights. , To establish his presence in Jerusalem and to protect his holy places.He stressed that Qatar is ready to play any role in stopping the attacks in Jerusalem, and the oppression of the Palestinian people..



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